Where’s my fancy suit and clean underwear?
Have you seen the race cards tomorrow? Listed races and group races at Newmarket, Ascot, Chester, York and the Curragh. I’d better take my bi-yearly shower, find a crisp suit and iron my undercrackers. Got to look your best for a Saturday of horse racing royalty!
As I did at Epsom, I am sorely tempted to do some tweeting for you tomorrow. With top quality races, it is my contention that the market is more accurate than usual, as its liquidity ensures this.
It is also my opinion that the bookies give away ‘tells’. They know where the clever money has gone. They know which horses are expected to perform above their given odds.
So, all being well, I want to check out the market movers for the Class 2 handicaps at Newmarket, as well as the Group 2 and Group 1 races.
The 15:50 Ascot is the Group 2 Summer Mile Stakes, so that’s on the radar.
Chester sees a listed race at 15:00 (and if you are playing Chester tomorrow, please Google about the Chester draw bias – it is marked at this venue).
York sees two Class 2 handicaps and two listed races. And not forgetting the Curragh, which has its Anglesey Stakes, Sapphire Stakes, and the Irish Oaks.
Now I am no longer in Guernsey, there will be no ankle-biters wanting Uncle Clive to play with them, and (alas) my friend Jim will not be inviting me to a round of 18 at the L’ancresse Golf Club, so I should remain undisturbed for this high quality Saturday.
I hope you see you on Twitter @whatreallywins for these high-class races. I hope I have shown during the likes of Cheltenham, Epsom, and Goodwood, that I can pick some juicy priced horses who run well. (As well as the odd first and second at 10/1 and 9/1!)
Have a great weekend and see you on Twitter (pending unexpected outing with girlfriend).
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